You judge that by the local prevailing rate, just as you judge the conditions by the local requirements.
If it is only worth 0.50¢ a week, that is all it is worth.
And a poor ****ing argument to make anyways. The end result of providing such ends up with more resources needed to continue providing for them and their offspring.
Which just begets more in the same circumstances.
Manual labor is a dime a dozen and as such is worth that.
Scarce and more skilled labor is worth more.
And again, locality determines what the labor is worth. And no, said miners are not entitled to million dollar bonuses. That is not what there labor is worth.
I was just agreeing with you in regards to that specific.
If you don't like that I would suggest not making such lame statements or questions.
Reality shows us that there are multiple reasons some folks are unable and incapable of achieving. That all resides with their own self.
Other people's money is not your business. Period.
But I am sure you can not as wanting others to provide is based in greed envy and jealously. You can't change that.
Even altruistically those base emotions are present.
Last edited by Excon; 04-09-15 at 06:08 PM.
“The law is reason, free from passion.”
❈ Aristotle ❈
no one has said anything about human nature being "everyone being greedy bastards who would stab you in the back"... that's a big ass strawman you are building there.
of course a commie would think capitalism encourages only the worst part of human nature.... denial of observable and demonstrable reality is a requirement to be a Communist.
If all you have to support a system is that people worked together to stay alive then what good is your argument? It's basically saying that your system is so bad that survival is a constant concern of the people.